Teenage pop sensation Conor Maynard was celebrating the success of his debut album Contrast after it hit the top of the UK album charts.
The 19-year-old singer knocked Plan B’s album Ill Manors – which is also the soundtrack to the rapper and director's crime film of the same name – off the top spot at the weekend.
Maynard, who has been dubbed the UK’s Justin Bieber, was spotted partying until the early hours at celebrity hotspot Whisky Mist in London’s West End.
The teenager had plenty to celebrate – as well as scoring a number one album, he has also had two top five singles. His debut single Can’t Say No reached number two earlier this year, while Vegas Girl is currently in the top 10 UK singles chart for a second week after peaking at number four.
The Brighton-born star launched his singing career with YouTube covers which notched up thousands of views and led to him winning MTV’s Brand New for 2012 poll.
His debut album boasts collaborations with Ne-Yo, Pharrell and Rita Ora and is co-produced by Frank Ocean. In a recent interview with Metro, the singer said of the album: "The name, Contrast, explains it – it's got a mature urban sound to it.
"It's a contrast to what's out there. It's got big everything, from dance songs to slow, stripped-back ballads."
But it seems Maynard is not satisfied with a number one album, he has also set his sights on becoming an actor.
“Until the age of about 15 it was the only thing, my main passion. I’d love to go back to it one day, if I reach where I want to go in the music industry,” he said.
“Going on to acting would be amazing and I’ve always enjoyed it. I used to go to a drama school in Brighton at the weekend outside my own normal school.”